By Steve Futterman
Updated May 30, 1997 at 04:00 AM EDT
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Terror and Magnificence

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The gorgeous reworkings of three Old English songs sung by a totally credible Elvis Costello are only the most conspicuous highlights of classical saxophonist John Harle’s latest genre scramble, Terror and Magnificence. Harle combines all manner of classical, jazz, and pop players, but his own commanding musicianship and audacious composing act as this record’s solid cement. A

Terror and Magnificence

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